Saudi Arabia Leisure & Amusement Market Report 2021-2030: Theme Park/Amusument Park, Competition, Live shows, Areas, Finish-Consumer, Firms –

DUBLIN – ()–The “Saudi Arabia Entertainment And Amusement Market Forecast By Theme Park / Amusement Park, Festival, Concerts, Regions, End User, Company” Report was added to to offer.

The entertainment and entertainment market in Saudi Arabia will reach $ 1,170.72 million by the end of 2030, up from $ 23.77 million in 2020.

The entertainment and entertainment industry will grow at an astonishing annual growth rate of 47.65% over the period 2020-2030.

The entertainment industry in Saudi Arabia is growing massively. Saudi Arabia has done its best to build a unique and world-class entertainment center that includes innovative rides, cultural or historical attractions and mega sporting events.

There will also be amusement park accommodations and merchandise, which are becoming increasingly popular with visitors of all ages. The entertainment sector presents a tremendous opportunity for companies operating in this field.

The Saudi government has played a pivotal role in supporting the growth of the entertainment sector by implementing the General Authority for Entertainment (GAE), established under the umbrella of the Public Investment Fund (PIF). The introduction of a new tourist visa is expected to continue driving this market.

Even Saudi Arabia’s real estate industry remains well positioned to benefit from the growth of the kingdom’s fledgling entertainment industry. The entertainment market in Saudi Arabia includes theme parks / amusement parks, festivals and concerts, and income from other entertainment sources.

Saudi Entertainment and Amusement (SEA) Exhibition, a relaunched trade show to accelerate industry growth in the lead up to the Kingdom’s VISION 2030. The SEA will be the UK’s first professional event dedicated to the entertainment and entertainment industry. There is massive demand for theme parks and amusement parks in Saudi Arabia. In the entertainment sector, Vision 2030 aims to increase household spending on entertainment from 2.9% to 6.0%. Saudi Arabia was the amusement and entertainment market

COVID-19 Impact on the UK’s Entertainment Industry

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, industries in Saudi Arabia have suffered lockdowns, restrictions, etc. The entertainment sector has seen a huge drop in sales due to this pandemic. To contain the coronavirus, amusement and theme parks have been closed from time to time over the past two years. According to our post-pandemic study, i.e. from 2022, the Saudi Arabia amusement market will revive.

Entertainment business opportunities

In 2019, projects like Qiddiyah were an entertainment mega-project that started in Riyadh and hosts a six-flag theme park in sports arenas, water and snow sports facilities, car tracks, cultural activity venues, and vacation homes. In December 2017, the Saudi Kingdom’s decision to lift the cinema ban opened up a wealth of opportunities for international and regional entertainment companies.

The company analysis was treated from two points of view

  • overview

  • Recent developments and initiatives

Theme park / amusement park company

1. Al Hokair group

2. Al Othaim

3. Fakieh group

4. Jungle country

5. Saudi Aramco amusement park

Festivals and concert companies

1. E-PLUS (Event Plus)

2. Time entertainment

3. First entertainment company

4. Belle Gate

5. Squares of entertainment

Key topics covered:

1 Introduction

2. Research methodology

3. Summary

4. Market dynamics

4.1 Growth drivers

4.2 challenges

5. Entertainment market in Saudi Arabia

5.1 Theme park / amusement park

5.2 Festivals and Concerts

5.3 Other sources

6. Market share analysis

6.1 Saudi Arabia theme park / amusement park

6.1.1 Income

6.1.2 Region

6.1.3 End users

6.2 Saudi Arabia festivals and concerts

6.2.1 Region

6.2.2 End users

7. Theme park / amusement park market

7.1 Income

7.1.1 Indoor Family Entertainment Center (FEC) market (

7.1.2 Outdoor Amusement Park Market

7.2 Region

7.2.1 Riyadh

7.2.2 Jeddah

7.2.3 Dammam / Khobar

7.2.4 Mecca and Medina

7.2.5 Others (Jizan, Tabouk, Taif and Al Baha etc.)

7.3 End users

7.3.1 Family

7.3.2 Spouses

7.3.3 Alone

7.3.4 Children only

7.3.5 Other

8. Festivals and concert market

8.1 Region

8.1.1 Riyadh

8.1.2 Jeddah

8.1.3 Dammam / Khobar

8.1.4 Others (Jizan, Tabouk, Taif and Al Baha etc.)

8.2 End users

8.2.1 Family

8.2.2 Spouses

8.2.3 Alone

8.2.4 Children only

8.2.5 Other

9. Company analysis

9.1 Theme Park / Amusement Park Companies

9.2 Festivals and concert companies

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Meghan Markle accused of carrying Saudi chief’s ‘blood cash’ earrings after Khashoggi demise

Meghan Markle was accused of wearing “blood money” earrings made by the Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman on two different official occasions.

Markle wore the earrings – originally a gift to Queen Elizabeth – at a state dinner in Fiji during one royal Toured Tonga, Australia and New Zealand in October 2018, just three weeks after the Washington Post writer Jamal Khashoggi was murdered in Saudi Arabia. The US has accused the Crown Prince of ordering Khashoggi’s death.

“These earrings were bought with blood money and given to her by a murderer,” said Michael Eisner, a lawyer fighting for justice for Khashoggi, according to The Daily Mail. “It has nothing to do with wearing it.”

“These earrings were bought with blood money and given to her by a murderer. It has nothing to do with wearing them.”

– Michael Eisner, lawyer who fights for justice for Khashoggi

The Crown Prince reportedly gave the chandelier earrings to the Queen as an official wedding gift during a lunch at Buckingham Palace in March 2018. There is no evidence that Markle met or met him at the time.


Meghan, Duchess of Sussex wears earrings from Saudi Arabia’s leaders in London on November 14, 2018. (Getty Images)

Markle’s lawyers have insisted she was unaware of the Saudi prince’s connection to the murder at the time, but a source told the Telegraph that she had been advised by aides not to wear the earrings. Plus, each piece of clothing and jewelry is usually carefully selected for a royal tour.

The story had spread across all media at the time.

“Royal Household employees sometimes advise people about their options,” a source told The Telegraph. “But what you do with this advice is a whole different matter.”

And while it is common for royals to accept gifts, “the gift policy doesn’t say you must wear them,” a source told the Daily Mail.

Markle wore the earrings for the second time a month later at Prince Charles’ 70th birthday party at Buckingham Palace.

According to The Telegraph, Prince Harry reportedly looked “shocked” when an aide at the party approached him about the earrings.

Kensington Palace staff told reporters at the time the earrings were “loaned” but had not elaborated on it, according to The Telegraph.

Eisner is the Chief Operating Officer of Democracy for the Arab World Now (DAWN), which was founded by Khashoggi.

“As a member of the royal family, you should find out about current events and politics and what’s going on,” Eisner said, according to the Daily Mail. He noted that she had been photographed with a Saudi women’s rights activist two years earlier. “It is confusing that she does not know the circumstances surrounding the murder of Khashoggi and understands that MBS had blood on his hands.”


Markle was defended by some about the timing of the criticism – three years later – arguing that their criticism was “racist” and “sexist” as many politicians did not speak out violently against the Crown Prince.

The reports were published shortly before her highly acclaimed interview with Oprah Winfrey, scheduled to broadcast Sunday night.

Others have found that Markle’s earrings and other scandals pale in comparison to the sexual misconduct allegations made against Prince Andrew.